@apps oh that is a very cool setup! Both practical and pushing people into the right direction.

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@bilange Ah interesting, perhaps I should try to replace the RAM in them then.

And I think the playback is flawless now because I have the second server for redundancy and this video is popular so your browser gets it from different places, a deeper explanation is here: tube.jeena.net/w/j7RWjBmmNbkXg

@fuesstest it is set like that already but the NUC is about 10 years old and sometimes hangs and needs a hard reboot.

I'm hosting a lot of things on a NUC at my parents house tube.jeena.net/w/tYbrbqBMkexTw that is cheap ans sustainable but not very stable.

My dad went on a 5 week long rehabilitation after an operation and there was nobody capable to restart the NUC which hang itself after the main house fuse was blown and the energy supplier had to get there to put in a new one.

It already went for 3 days where my Mastadon and PeerTube instances wede...

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@Gargron running REFRESH MATERIALIZED VIEW instances; fixed the problem, thanks!

@Gargron oh, I see, hm, thanks, will try to figure out why.

@Gargron Ok I installed it and tried to log in to my instance but I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong, but can't get it working. Recorded my screen which shows the problem, I guess I should report it as a bug?

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@Gargron I wonder if anyone documented what the difference between the Mastodon's Android app and Tusky is which I have been using ever since there was no Android app.

Finally I was able to fix my problem with not being able to see or use any pictures in mastodon (neither mine nor other peoples).

My problem was that I use a soft link for /home/mastodon/live/public/system where all the media files are and point it to a hard drive.

With systemd's sandboxing `ReadWritePaths=/home/mastodon/live` was not enough and thus sidekiq couldn't write the files there.

For now I disabled sandboxing, but I need to figure out how to do it properly.

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@pixelfed Another thing which I'm kind of missing is Matrix. Even though it does not run on ActivityPub I feel it is an important part of the Fediverse.

Oha interesting, I was not aware of the fact that I have always been using the "Advanced web interface" on Mastodon. I think from the start when I started using it this was the default, which kind of looks like Tweetdeck. But there seems to be a new default which only shows you one column visible at the same time.

Hey users, perhaps I know some more, @obsolete29 is asking for your favorite channels on PeerTube. I myself am also curious!

@tio big instances are the main problem I guess. With many small instances the problem will get smaller and smaller.

@randy i wrote a ruby on rails application a couple of years ago and that is still what I'm running it with.

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